A black-cloaked Grim Reaper clutched his scythe as he stood silently and patiently over a teenage girl who lay in the street. A teenage drunk driver struck the girl in a sedan Wednesday in front of Hoover High School and the Reaper was ready to claim this victim and others. The grisly scene played out on Glenwood Road: The sedan sped down the road toward a black SUV that was double parked while a teenage girl emerged. The drunk driver swerved in an unsuccessful attempt to miss the SUV, running the girl down and clipping the SUV, which then smashed into a palm tree across Glenwood Road, injuring the driver. After clipping the SUV, the sedan? The Reaper has taken one of them out of the class every 15 minutes throughout the morning leading up the crash, to simulate the statistic that someone in the United States is injured or killed in an alcohol-related accident every 15 minutes.
Margot died in May, when, her manager said, she was found having passed peacefully in her sleep. It was hard to live in the same town as Margot had Livingston, Mont. Should her mother be remembered how her mother wanted to be remembered — as a woman who was somehow able to be an accomplished actress, a loving mother, a dedicated activist and a doting grandmother? Should her mother be remembered as she actually was? But is that the right thing to do? Which is the actual tribute?
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Clandestine operatives work in the shadows, fading into the background by necessity. So that actor, Charlie Florence Pugh , meets her handler at the Acropolis wearing a dazzling canary-yellow dress. Smugglers sneak explosives across international borders wearing traffic-light colors, vivid shades of red and green. The vibrant palette selected by the South Korean auteur Park Chan-wook Stoker, The Handmaiden for his first foray into television serves a variety of purposes. Park, who before he was a filmmaker wanted to be an art critic , has a painterly eye for chiaroscuro, casting elements and characters in his work into sharp contrast using light and shade.